New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 14, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 14, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Ztf/fu.oy, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, April 14, 1991 Page 3ACommunity ChoraleCrossword •- ACROSS V* I Cairo dancer 5 Smooth 9 Winesap, e g. t4 Provide with a room surface 15 Be carried along Drawing room Poorly Skirt part %£ortittle — Relaxed .*£3 "Glittering %*C* 'fabric > -Indicates 26 Bandaged 28 Garden area 29 Scolding ;    32    Rush 35 Goose 36 Original I 37 Greasy ! 38 Wares • 39 Fairy-tale character 40 Undivided 41 African city 42 Stone worker 43 Of time I-46 Natural - • *46 Gobble * 147 Wicker stems 51 Penitence - period 53 Learned one 55 Mauna — 56 Up to , 58 Performing 60 Fatuous 61 Poplar, perhaps 62 Formerly 63 Tossed food 64 Ogler 65 Spelling events DOWN 1 Hurt 2 L of AWOL 3 La Scala s city 4 Mr. Landon 5 Rasped 6 Enjoys 7 Inkling 8 Mattress supports 9 Reptile 10 Sleeping equipment 11 Implorings 12 Earth 13 Grafted, in heraldry 18 Moderated 22 Is worthy of 25 Comply 27 Opportune 29 Grill 30 Stout s Wolfe 31 Ms. Verdon 32 Combustion residue 33 Languish PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED B A s S U P S E T A D A M A L T A P A T C H L O B E s P R Y s T A T E I T E S E S E s H E DB R I G H T S T U T O A Bb O R N E R A C K E J R E P O & I N G O T H E R H A V E N M O A U T E & Sr O B E S S P I J s A D c A V I L G O O S E T R A D U C E DI D O U S E D Bl P E R I L ms E A R S s T O L E N R A P T I M P E R I A E V A D E A B O U T I N Y S A T I N C L A N s O T S S T E E D T E N T 34 Basic and powerful 35 French ruler 38 Hindu sages 39 Kiln 41 Infant 42 Dull finish 44 Encrustation 45 Newfoundland airport 47 Asian queen 48 True up: var. 49 Meantime 50 Scholars 51 San — Obispo 52 Sicilian spa 54 Extremely 57 Was ahead 59 PlunderNominations for lawman of year sought The Breakfast Lions Club is currently gathering nominations for the Ed Murphy Memorial Award — Lawman of the Year, an annual recognition award. Each year persons in the community nominate a certified peace officer who has been in service for more than two years. Breakfast Lions Club, which originally limited award recipients to the New Braunfels Police Department, expanded it to include all law enforcement officers in Comal County. The club last year also opened nominations to the public. Last year’s recipient was Danny Ybarra, of the Comal County Sheriff’s Office. The award is given in memory of Ed Murphy, who was killed in the line-of-duty when the helicopter he was in touched a power line. He was chasing a burglary suspect. For more information call Lions Club award chairman Ron Zipp at 629-5600. The New Braunfels Community Chorale, under the direction of Cindy Hunsucker, rehearses for its upcoming Spring Concert. The event, with $4 general admission and $1 tickets of retirement facility residents, will begin at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. The group later will tour some retirement centers. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) t 2 3 I ■ 5 8 7 ■ 9 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 18 rn 19 20 ■ 21 - 22 ■ 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 ■■35 ■ 36 37 _ ■ 38 _ ■ 39 40 _ ■ 43 44 ■■45 46 HH47 48 49 50 ST 52 ■ 53 54 b 55 56 57 I 58 59 60 - I 61 H|62 63 I—— I 64 lifles Public meetings The following public meetings have been posted for the week of April 14. • Monday — Comal ISD Friends of Education will host a trustee candidate forum and legislative update at 7:30 p.m at Smithson Valley High School, Texas 46. • Monday — Comal Appraisal District board of directors will meet at 7 p.m. at 430 W. Mill St. The prelimin ary 1992 CAD budget will be presented. • Tuesday — City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will meet at 7 p.m. at the Landa Park office to review and consider a proposed lease for an access casement in Prince Solms Park from Schlittcrbahn Resort at the “Rapids” at the common property line for the Schlittcrbahn’s proposed tram service. Voters of District 4! RE-ELECT EDDIE TEMPLE CITY COUNCIL — DISTRICT 4 Paid Pol. Adv. - joe Rogers, Treas. Sheriff urges placement of house numbers for 9-1-1 Area briefs Chamber official fired SAN MARCOS — San Marcos Chamber of Commerce President Jim Gandy, who served as the chamber’s manager for more than IO years, was terminated last week. The dismissal was effective April 9 following a Monday vote by the board of directors. Marsha Thomason, who resigned from the chamber two months ago as Gandy’s assistant, will return to serve as interim vice president. A search committee will be formed to find a new president. Cemetery destruction BLANCO — Cemetery vandalism continues here as a second round of malicious destruction hit the Blanco Cemetery last week. Cemetery board of directors now are offering a $2,000 award for information leading them to the culprits. In early March vandals knocked over IO tombstones off the pedestals. Blanco Police Chief Randall Stiles said defacement or physical mistreatment of a place of worship or burial is a third degree felony, punishable by a prison term of two to IO years and a fine of up to $5,000. sere registered EORGETOWN — In celebration 50th anniversary, the George-Garden Club is kicking off a que project of registering special trees. Club member Chick McCraw said the group is striving to register at least 50 of Georgetown’s biggest, oldest, most significant tress and put that rmation on file at the local public y- club is asking the public to in tree nominations for the regi- ntown renovation JOHNSON CITY — Johnson City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance soon on forming an historical district. The ordinance is in preparation for downtown renovation and the deve-fepmeni of a “creek walk.” HOO ordinance drafted ^JOHNSON CITY — Mayor Ralph Hbss is asking city staff to draft an Ordinance to restrict certain animals, particularly hogs, from being raised within city limits. At last week’s city council meeting, the issue of hogs and other animals being raised within die city were dts- Docngcs said he anticipates that the existing space at Fabra, Boerne Middle and High schools will be sufficient, but the board will have to decide how to handle growth at the Boerne Elementary campus on Adler Road. Smith to visit BOERNE — U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith will be the guest of honor at a dinner-fashion show to be sponsored by the Republican Party of Kendall County on May 4. The dinner is scheduled at Tapatio Springs at 7:30 p.m., preceded by a social hour at 6:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will be used by the party to pay their portion of the 1992 Kendall County Republican Headquarters expense. Cameras put In cars GEORGETOWN — Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson has distributed IO video cameras to six law enforcement agencies in the county. Anderson said the mobile cameras are mounted on the dashboards of patrol cars, allowing officers to videotape suspected drunk drivers. Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer is urging residents in the county to properly identify their homes with street numbers to help make 9-1-1 emergency service work. “Last September we implemented (Enhanced) 9-1-1 and without question it is one of the best things that has happened to us in a long time,” Bremer said. “Unfortunately, we are not realizing the full benefit of what E-9-1 -1 can do for us.” Bremer said until all houses arc properly identified with street numbers on the house, the dispatchers must receive verbal instructions as to where to send emergency personnel. “While the number is immediately displayed on our E-9-1 -1 terminal when an emergency call is received, if there is no corresponding number identifying the house where the emergency cxisLs, we are really not better off than we were prior to the implementation of E-9-1 -1,” he said. When the emergency service was brought on line last year many resi dent in the county received new addresses. Bremer said he is making a personal appeal to all people that have yet to display their designated street number to do so. “Also consider that it needs to be visible from the road or street both day and night,” he said. “This will allow law enforcement to better serve you and ensure maximum utilization of an outstanding system.” Defensive ■ = Driving Classes Saturday and Evening Classes Available Classes held at Holiday Inn Saturday, April 20 8:00-5:00 Mon. Sc Tues. May 6 & 7 6:00-10:00 Safety First 625-3736 We're Making a Difference American Heart Association Ijjp ■frOllnru *Soern Iment up E — The Boerne lndepen- «* School District Board of Trustful be discussing how to handle the increased school enrollment Monday. Superintendent Dr. Joseph Nursing Home ^ Insurance For Folks Age 50-84 Can pay up to $130.00 a day for a lifetime Call today for FREE FACTS including costs, exceptions, limitations, and renewal provisions. 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